Arts – New podcasts

  • Join Josh and Leah as they rewatch Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Dollhouse. We are playing a drinking game as we watch. feel free to play along on your couch. Each week we work our way through seven seasons of Buffy and the gang facing off against the vampires, the demons, and the forces of darkness!

  • Written and directed by auteurs and performers of today’s horror genre, these lavishly produced half-hour tales range from the gently macabre to the genuinely gruesome. Hosted and curated by filmmakers Larry Fessenden (Depraved, The Last Winter, Habit) and Glenn McQuaid (I Sell the Dead, V/H/S), this award-winning series, inspired by the vintage radio shows of yester-year, blends the familiar with a decidedly modern sensibility.

  • Creative Theory brings you conversations with visual artists from various fields about what their journey looked like to get to where they are at, what their day to day is like, their struggles, goals, thoughts on what’s happening in the art realm and a lot more. The show is meant to be as much of a learning resource of how to navigate life as an artist, as it is a place for fun and thought-provoking conversations.

  • Enjoy a demonstration on Italian cuisine by Chef D'Agostino, visting chef lecturer at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale.

  • B&S in 20 Minutes or Less is your daily download of what you missed on X Mornings with Beckler and Seanna heard daily on Calgary’s Alternative X929. So if you slept in, or simply can’t do the morning thing, we’ll forgive ya once you hit subscribe!

  • Frontier Gentleman is different from other radio westerns in that the story centered not around some colorful character out of the old West, but it is about a foreigner. An Englishman who came to America to experience firsthand what it is like to live in the still wild and untamed frontier. As the series goes on, we’ll find that Kendall is as good with a gun as he is with a pen.

  • The monthly podcast where Dismantle Magazine editors Sara and Elise talk about the latest fashion news, cats, and what they're drinking.

  • In this podiobook: The House Down Cherry Tree Lane is a story of murder and intrigue to the 100th power. The story mixes the historic Gild family from a small town in Illinois with a modern day sister family. When they purchase the Gild house from a nervous realtor things are never the same for them. It will make your beliefs about ghosts and paranormal change forever. Written by Ramona Holliday, narrated by Jeffrey Kafer.

  • Whether you’ve been building guitars for a while or you’re just now planning to start your first one, The Art Of Lutherie is the premier source for guitar making techniques, tips, tricks, instruction, and much more to help you build better guitars.

    Master luthier Tom Bills shares years of experience building ultra high-end custom acoustic guitars in a laid back and easy to understand way. He takes you beyond step-by-step, focusing on helping you understand not just “HOW” but “WHY”, so you can be equipped and empowered to create your own unique guitars and not just another reproduction.

    More information, Video Courses, Tutorials, and more guitar making goodness is available on our website: theartoflutherie.com

  • Hosted by Pete Smith In No Particular Order is a podcast of stories, music and interviews.

  • Buying new furniture doesn’t have to be boring and complicated. At Furniture Academy, we make furniture shopping fun and easy!Subscribe to the Furniture Academy Podcast and you'll receive expert advice on:• Interior Design• Decorating• Home DécorWe’ve helped thousands complete interior design projects of all shapes and sizes. Now, we’re here to help you bring your interior design ideas to life.

  • Tyler Knott Gregson's Chasers of the Light Podcast features reading of Typewriter Series poetry and the inspiration hiding behind them all.

  • Weekday Morning Show on 95.7 CRUZ FM (Edmonton, AB). The show features Lochlin Cross (the a-hole), Grant Johnson (the millennial) and James P. White (the midget). The only thing they have in common is their families refuse to listen.

  • Three friends get together each week and start talking Tolkien. Tolkien Expert Katie Sabo, casual fan Jon Cox, and newbie Chase Smith spend each week talking through these books chapter by chapter. A great book club experience, this show offers a conversational and fun way to read along!

  • Hosted by Al Peterson and Kasper Townes. A guitarist’s podcast, dedicated to all things guitar culture. Join us for the ongoing conversation of what guitar culture is and talk about life as a working musician.

  • Pride and Prejudice is the most famous of Jane Austen’s novels, and its opening is one of the most famous lines in English literature - “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.” Its manuscript was first written between 1796 and 1797, and was initially called First Impressions, but was never published under that title. Following revisions it was published on 28 January 1813 by the same Mr. Egerton of the Military Library, Whitehall, who had brought out Sense and Sensibility. Like both its predecessor and Northanger Abbey, it was written at Steventon Rectory. (Summary from Wikipedia)

  • Siblings Bobby Maddex and Molly Sabourin glean spiritual insights from modern literature.

  • Podcast focusing on Barbara Gordon’s path from Batgirl to Oracle